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Find the best senior assisted living in Texas for 2019. Assisted Living Near Me enables you to search for all state-licensed assisted living homes in Texas. These facilities are perfect for Texas elderly residents who require daily help with certain daily living tasks that include: bathing, maintaining their assisted home, moving around the facility, personal hygiene, going to the bathroom, self-feeding, being able to get in and out of bed and others. User our assisted living locator to find the perfect assisted living home in Texas for yourself or a loved one.

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Texas is highly regarded as one of the best places in America to live for seniors. It has a longstanding tradition for featuring very fair housing costs, high quality healthcare, and assortment of different senior living types, a variety of living environments, and much more.

Along with California and Florida, Texas is within the three most desirable places for retirees in the nation. Yet like Florida, the state has far cheaper senior living costs than California, making it more reasonable for most families.

Texas is also tax-friendly to the elderly. For many retirees, that is incentive enough to consider relocating here from a state nearby, or entirely across the country.

Furthermore, the weather is very fair and reasonable. The summers can get hot in some parts of the state, yet with an average temperature of only 43 degrees in the winter (and practically no snow), Texas has really pleasant winters.

Like many other states, Texas more commonly refers to their assisted living providers as ALFs.

An ALF in Texas is designed to represent a home-like senior living home, with an emphasis on personal dignity, privacy, independence and autonomy. The facilities are sometimes large, and apartment-style, or sometimes much more private-style residences.

Texas assisted living types are divided into two different categories: Type A or Type B facilities.

Type A senior living facilities care for residents that do not need regular attendance during sleep hours. Type B assisted living facilities, meanwhile, can provide night time supervision as well as help in the event of an emergency.

Monthly Costs for Assisted Living in Texas

Texas is able to keep its costs low partly because of all the variety the state has when it comes to assisted living. Florida is comparable, able to meet its demand in senior housing, though Texas is far bigger in terms of land size so the variety is unprecedented.

Therefore, average senior living costs for many of the cities are extraordinary affordable. For example, Lancaster averages less than $2,000 per month for assisted living, which is practically unheard of in any other part of the nation.

Highlands and Jourdanton are just above $2,000 per month, while Stephenville and Alvin are also incredibly affordable at approximately $2,500 per month for senior assisted living.

When you consider the national median is $3,700-$4,000 per month, you cannot go wrong with these communities and many other scattered across the state of Texas.

Furthermore, Texas has a program called STAR PLUS that is under its Medicaid system that can provide financial assistance with assisted living personal care, but not the actual room and board.

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